Another reason I'm so fond of White Rock is, you guessed it, the crows. I'm still observing them, and working on crow themed art. I guess I'll be riding this wave (all beach metaphors intended!) for a bit longer and see where it takes me. White Rock is great if you want to hang out with crows, who are DUDE! SO TOTALLY NARLY AND LAID BACK there on the beach. I'm have a hard time getting really good pictures of crows in suburbia, partly because my camera isn't that great and also, crows in suburbia are, well... uptight (isn't that typical). The crows in White Rock live their lives around beach picnickers. Shortly after this picture was taken, my daughter went back into the water and the crows, for the brief seconds when no one was looking, flew off with my other daughters entire lunch. Annoying, but impressive.
The next day we headed off to Harrison Hot Springs. Another little summer resort town in BC, not far from me. After visiting Harrison Hot Springs countless times, this mountain view still takes my breath away.
oops, didn't walk far enough, here we go, some of the sand sculptures at this year's competition.
Where the Hell is Matt? (2008) from Matthew Harding on Vimeo.